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Hey everyone, I am Cathryn. I am going into my 5th year of pharmacy at Butler University. I am also working toward a minor in Science, Technology & Society! In my spare time, I enjoy hanging out with friends and writing. I've been working on NaNoWriMo and am hoping to be published at some point in the near future as well. Most of the time you can catch me studying in the library or browsing the Internet. Oh, and did I mention that I got married last summer?

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Just call me Giada de Laurentiis.

I was watching the Food Network last weekend, and I forced myself to sit through an episode of Giada at Home or whatever her dumb show is called.

If I haven’t already mentioned this a million times, I kind of hate Giada de Laurentiis. But I know good food when I see it. I just have to put the show on mute and cover the top half of the TV with a blanket so I don’t have to look at her dumb facial expressions. Or hear her dumb voice. (I’m mean, I’ll stop.)

Giada did an episode with spicy dishes and I was intrigued by a particular ravioli recipe because it 1) required practically no work, and 2) was spicy. When a recipe only has about 3 steps and less than 10 ingredients in it, I worry that it may turn out bland.

Not the case.

I don't have a picture of the ones I made because it was all eaten IMMEDIATELY.

The pasta was really good, and the longest part of the process was waiting for 3 quarts of water to boil to cook a pound of ravioli. And during that time I just played on the Internet so it wasn’t work at all!

I highly recommend the recipe. :D Touche, Giada. Touche.

One Response to Just call me Giada de Laurentiis.

  1. Butler Admission says:

    Thanks for this recipe. It sounds delicious!

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